I've been working on balancing patience and persistence while my photography unfolds. This shot was about both; being at the right place, at the right time, and having the sense to genuinely appreciate both.
This is an old fence row outside of Steamboat, with the Sleeping Indian off to the North. The low clouds in the afternoon were holding much promise, but when the edge finally appeared late in the day it just seemed obvious that something interesting was going to happen.
Heading out, I was looking for just a colorful sky. I’d found a place to frame the Sleeping Indian, but it had ver little substance, then this appeared to the left. Two, quick compositions were all I could gather, but beautiful it ended up being.
Includes artist statement, and signature on the back of the piece.
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20x30 aluminum print. Comes with framed backing, ready to hang.